Re: (IAAC) OBJECT: NGC 1569, INST: 16" Newtonian f/4.59
At 09:15 30/09/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Observer: Todd Gross
>Object data: Galaxy, listed as magnitude
>I HIGHLY recommend this object for all instruments. It has
>a high surface brightness and certainly could have been
>viewed at smaller aperture. This galaxy is tiny, only a few
>arc minutes long. (it's listed as 4x2) It is very elongated (mainly N-S) and
Thanks for the note but, for us primitive mortals who lack an NGC list, sky
map programs etc. where is it?
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